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How To Increase An Existing Rating %

Gather your evidence and records to support the increase. ​

If there are civilian medical records, you have to gather those for yourself. 

Do not rely on VA to obtain your civilian records.

Join the Army, they said.

You'll learn new skills and see the world.

Determine exactly what your current ratings are before you proceed.
Dig out those original award letters so that you know exactly what sort of benefits and ratings you 
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Look at the ratings table for your existing benefit.
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If you have an existing rating and you believe that the rated condition is worse

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Talking with your doctor or other veterans won't get the process started.
You have to submit the forms. No form, no benefit!

You should consider an IME or an IMO
An Independent Medical Examination or an Independent Medical Opinion

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It's time to file the claim. ​Use VA Form 21-526EZ 

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Provide supporting evidence.



Congratulations! You're done.​​

Proceed With Caution!!!

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Match your physical or mental health status to the ones you find there.

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Automobile Allowance
/Adaptive Equipment
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38 U.S.C. § 110 - U.S. Code

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